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in washington is michael crowley. thank you all. jonathan, to what extent does this resignation complicate the president's foreign policy? because as i understand it, general petraeus was responsible for running a number of the drone attacks that were operating particularly on the pakista pakista pakistan/afghanistan border. >> those are cia operations, they're classified but kind of open secrets at this point, and one of the big changes in washington in the last five years or so is that much of what had traditionally been under the purview of the pentagon moved over to the cia because they had to do things like, you know, violate pakistani air space and that sort of thing. i don't tend to think it will complicate u.s. foreign policy. i don't see it leading to any change in policy. it's just the loss of a good and very bright man. >> yeah. colonel jack, officials say that general petraeus' deputy, michael morell, will serve as interim director of the cia. what do we know about michael morell? >> very well thought of inside the organization and ems where, particularly in congress and at the
correspondent michael crowley. welcome all. thanks so much. well, our daily fix, what are you looking at, chris cizilla, what are the lessons you've learned and looking at in the four years to come? >> well, yeah. i mean let's talk first about lessons learned, andrea. i would say republicans, to blame mitt romney for this loss in some ways misses the point. if you look at the exit polling, be what you see is republicans have large-scale structural issues with their coalition. they -- mitt romney got 27% of the hispanic vote nationally, barack obama got 71% of the hispanic vote nationally. women made up 53% of the electorate. there was an 11-point gender gap for barack obama. republican -- mitt romney won the white vote by 20 points, but it was, again, for the ump tooents election in a row, a declining share of the overall electorate. it's a dangerous game they are playing demographically. i think many leaders in the party knew that before this election. if they didn't before this election, they certainly know now. i would point you to a statement marco rubio, senator from florida, released earl
very much. >> you got it. >> i want to bring in michael crowley, he's the deputy washington bureau chief. what do you make of the situation? >> well, it's a terrible sad thing. you know, general petraeus is one of the most respected figures in american public life, a guy who gets a lot of credit for turning around the iraq war from what looked like an unsalvageable situation. there is debate among the people that follow this closely about whether he got too much credit, but he has a lot of credit and respect. he's conducted himself in a tremendously dignified way. he's supremely educated, eloquent, smart, and great at what he does. it's a real shame to see a fall from grace from a guy that commanding respect from both sides of the aisle. there was a flurry of talk at one point that mitt romney might choose him as his running mate. the people felt it was far-fetched, but it had democrats nervous. he's had somewhat awkward relationships with the white house because there was some concern he might seek the presidency himself. so for those who thought this guy might have a bright polit
, meeting with ceos who donated to romney going out there as michael crowley pointed out, we were chit chatting over the president, full disclosure, the president using a fair and balanced to describe his approach which is a republican line. >> never heard the phrase. >> but, you know, the question is, does that at some point backfire for him? the republicans seem to be pushing back saying this is extreme, insane, we can't believe this is -- >> i think the best contrast for what's happening is the stimulus bill that happened in 2009. it was the first thing he did after being elected in 2008 and did a dramatically different than what he did now. he structured the bill with the tax cuts in it and told republicans okay, come on board, you have about a third of the tax cuts in the package, that's what you wanted and he didn't give them an incentive to buy into the enterprise. he didn't allow them to claim ownership of the change to the legislation and did an inside game what melissa was talking about. he went to the senate and tried to get republicans to come on board. zero luck in the hou
what they think about it? 44% say yes, 47% say no. joining us is bob cusack and michael crowley and byron york. >> pretty bad number for the president i thought. 44% at this stage of the game think that he is tried to mislead the american people. that is pretty bad. right now the news is coming from either republicans on capitol hill where they control one house of congress and get some information out of the administration or basically katherine heritage and jennifer griffin is providing information. i don't think this is going to blow over before the election because there is not time. >> greta: is this a serious story. there has been some criticism for fox news to pursue it? >> i think it is a serious story. i think this was one of more dramatic things that have gained in last couple weeks. there have been incremental headlines that didn't move me that much. this one has the potential, you immediately want to know what was the response to this. what action was taken if any. why was the ambassador allowed to travel to benghazi in circumstances like that. i think it's absolutel
fors the.! "washington post," well astime's" senio correspondent michael crowley. we thanks so much. well, our daily fix, what are you looking at, chris cizilla, wh are the lessons youed lookin yo come? >> well, i mean let's talk first about lessons lear andrea. i would say republicans, to blame mitt romney for this loss in some ways misses the point. if you look at the be what you see is republicans have large-scale structural issues with coalition. they mitt romney got 27f hispa barack obama got 71%f hispanic vote nationally. women made up 53% of the electorate. there was an 11-point gender gap for bara o republican - won the white vot by 20 points, but it was, he ump tooentrow, a overall electorate. it's a dangerous game they arei party knew that before this election. if they didn't before this election, they certainly know now. i would point you to a statement marco rubio, senator from a, re morning basically saying we need we haveorsee, though, how the of the republican party reacts because that is not been a message thatee to in terms of loosening up ton their focus on immigr
and michael crowley. byron? >> i checked with senator sessions office and tonight is the 1,288th day since the sbt senate has passed a budget, they are supposed to do it every 365 days. what has happened was the senate pass -- senate democrats passed a budget to their liking with huge filibuster-proof majority in april of 2009. that's the last time they passed one one. they have used rules and procedures to extend the think about -- >> greta: it's a dodge. >> it's a dodge of the 1974 law. it is true, the president has submit aid budget, nobody wanted to vote for that. the house republicans have passed a budget. and it remains stuck. the person holding it back is harry reid. >> greta: so to the extent, sam, that the president talks about wanting to reach across the aisle and speaker boehner wants to reach across the aisle and others want to reach across the aisle, has senator harry reid shown any indication that he will pocket the bills? >> i don't know that harry reid is a super villain here. i think he has done what the height house needed him to do. he is not bruceing the president's bud
there is a fiscal crisis at home? we have michael crowley and kim stroussle and byron york. kim, first to you, your thoughts on the president going out of town, announced today? >> look, i think given the ability for the congress and the president to push things like this all the way upping until ar hours before a deadline hit, probably not the best idea to be gone, given we are entering this very important period of time. >> greta: byron. >> this is nonessential foreign travel. it's clear, it is nonessential. washington does develop deadline-itis. >> greta: we are at the deadline. we have been at the deadline for six months. everybody's known about it for a year and-a-half. >> but they were all campaigning. i think it does at the very least look bad and allows the republicans to say, we are here, we are ready to work with the president, if he would just come home. >> greta: michael? >> both have made the point there is deadline-itis. everyone knows it's going to have tohappen at the last minute. we may decry it and think it's terrible and the congress and the political system are like a college ki
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on the superstorm. the other illustrates the presidential race. you can see it here. michael crowley is time's deputy chief -- washington bureau chief and, michael, first of all, it's really interesting. it's very unique. we've seen a lot of mups and magazines go one way or the other. why did "time" decide to go this route with basically two endorsements? >> well, look, you know, voters have been bombarded in the closing weeks of this campaign with negative ads, you know, big bird, benghazi, issues that may be important but are narrow, so here's an opportunity to zoom back, go back to first principles, what are the cases for the two candidates fundamentally, and i think it's really useful to zoom out and get the big picture take on, you know, pro and con. we've been nibbled to death with these little bite sized attacks. what are the big picture questions here? >> they're both really interesting reads here. what is your take-away in terms of the major differences between the two candidates? >> well, look, i think the fundamental choice here and the pieces -- the very good pieces in the new i
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